The recipient of funding from the Go Blue Guarantee, Josh Truchan said he wouldn’t be at U-M without financial support. Now, five years sober from opiates, he said without support from family, mentors, and others—he might not be here at all.
As the program celebrates its 70th anniversary this year and boasts the No. 1 physical therapy program in the state of Michigan, UM-Flint is not only preparing the next generation of physical therapists, but also producing research helping to advance the field, thanks, in part, to donor support.
Vineet Shahani (BBA ’00) sits down with Shahani Family Scholarship recipients Tiffany Crews (LSA Class of 2024) and Emilee Barnard (LSA Class of 2023) to reflect on his days on campus and share why he and his wife, Manisha (BS ’00), give back. Watch the video.
U-M alumnus and San Francisco Bay Area Michigan Ross Alumni Club president Danny Dang discusses the importance of staying connected to U-M, his passion for education, and why, for him, the best time to get involved in philanthropy is right now.
For 24 hours, alumni, faculty, staff, students, and friends joined in and gave to the causes they most care about at Michigan to make a real difference on U-M’s annual day of giving.
At the University of Michigan’s nationally recognized College of Pharmacy, students are gaining early exposure to the field and helping to drive important discoveries about medications and the ways they behave in our bodies, thanks, in part, to donor support.
Wolverine Street Medicine helps fill the health care gap in SE Michigan thanks to a big response on the world’s largest day of giving.
Despite the problems facing education, Elizabeth Birr Moje, dean of the School of Education, believes that out of turbulence and disruption can come transformative educational opportunities. And transforming the landscape is exactly what she and the school are setting out to do.